35 N-Blog T-Coils

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35 N-Blog T-Coils

  1. 1. A T-coil Can Improve Hearing In Noisewww.Hearing-Aids-Clermont-FL.com
  2. 2. Hearing aids can seem complicated. Do you understand or evenknow about all of thefeatures your hearing aids include? www.Hearing-Aids-Clermont-FL.com
  3. 3. Many times, easily accessed features that are meant to improve hearing for the listener go unused. One of the more under- utilized features in most hearing aids is the telecoil or “t-coil.”www.Hearing-Aids-Clermont-FL.com
  4. 4. A t-coil consists of a tiny coil of wire wrapped around a metal core.The core will generate anelectric current in the coilwhen it is in the presence of a magnetic field. www.Hearing-Aids-Clermont-FL.com
  5. 5. Normally, a hearing aid gathers sound through its microphone or microphones. It then amplifies that sound and sends it into the ear canal of the listener.www.Hearing-Aids-Clermont-FL.com
  6. 6. When a telecoil is used as the input source instead, the hearing aid bypasses themicrophone and picks up the electro-magnetic signalproduced by a telephone or an assistive listening device, such as an FM system. www.Hearing-Aids-Clermont-FL.com
  7. 7. The t-coil was originally designed only for use with a regular land-line telephone, which has a speaker that is driven by magnets.www.Hearing-Aids-Clermont-FL.com
  8. 8. Telecoils are especially helpful when there is a lot of background noise. www.Hearing-Aids-Clermont-FL.com
  9. 9. Ask your hearing healthcare provider about telecoils and whether your hearing aid has one. The more you know, the better you’ll hear.www.Hearing-Aids-Clermont-FL.com

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